Centre of Contemporary Art Toi Moroki (CoCA) is a place for new art and new experiences. CoCA collaborates with New Zealand and international artists to create stimulating art exhibitions that spark conversations about contemporary life and culture. Be moved, be challenged, be inspired.

This June, CoCA is proud to present MAKING SPACE; an immersive and visually stunning new exhibition that celebrates collaborative creative practice in Aotearoa New Zealand today.

Taking place in the heart of Ōtautahi Christchurch –  where collaboration and collective working has become a part of the fabric of this post-earthquake city – MAKING SPACE will involve six diverse artist collectives and over 30 individuals practising at the cutting-edge of the Aotearoa New Zealand art community.

CoCA will host works, events and the members of FAFSWAG, FIKA Writers, Fresh and Fruity, Mata Aho Collective, SaVAge K’lub, and The Social with the aim of inviting diverse communities to connect, create art, encourage conversations and offer an opportunity to shift how we view art and explore its potential for social change.

Expect installations, architectural interventions, cross-gallery collaborations, performance, temporary artist residencies, projections, exchanges and discussions.

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